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Large Compton arts and crafts plaque c.1925


Measuring 12 1/8th" x 7 3/8ths" this is a beautiful and impressive Compton pottery plaque in lovely original condition - probably from the nursery rhyme series "Mary Mary quite contrary how does your garden grow" c1925


SN: 1/7827

£690

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Large Compton pottery arts and crafts figure of St George c1915


Standing at 11 1/2" tall a lovely and imposing Compton pottery figure of St George Please contact us for additional information and a condition report


SN: 1/7826

£1050

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Compton pottery arts and crafts figure of St Michael c1915


Standing at 8 1/2" tall a lovely Compton pottery figure of St Michael. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report


SN: 1/7825

£750

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Compton pottery arts and crafts figure of St George c1915


Standing at 8 1/4" tall a lovely Compton pottery figure of St George. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report


SN: 1/7830

£650

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Good terracotta bust of William Shakespeare - from the collection of the late actor Rodney Bewes


8 1/4" tall - a very well executed terracotta bust of William Shakespeare on a wooden base copied from the Garrick Club's original by Davenant - probably 20th century but perhaps earlier and from the collection of the late Rodney Bewes an actor best known for his role in the television comedy series The Likely Lads.


SN: 1/7812

£425

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Original letter from Carruthers Gould to Wilkinsons dated 14th April 1917


Together with design drawings and comments a rare and fascinating original letter from Francis Carruthers Gould to Wilkinsons dated 1917 in which he discusses various design suggestions for the Toby jugs and confirms details for Botha and Beatty – particularly interesting discussion (and drawings) regarding the base for the Haig Toby – more under “Discussions and News” above.


SN: H/C/1

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Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Toby jug - 20 of 100


Number 20 of a limited edition of 100 depicting Admiral Chester W. Nimitz from the set of 12 Toby jugs of the WW11 military and political leaders. I rarely sell new Toby jugs but I make an exception for this set as it complements the c. 1917 Wilkinson's Carruthers Gould WW1 set so well. Further details of these Toby jugs can be found in the Discussions and News section above.


SN: 1/6682

£300

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Wilkinson, Carruthers Gould Admiral Beatty Toby jug Staffordshire c.1917


A very good example of the Admiral David Beatty toby jug designed by Carruthers Gould and produced by Wilkinson c.1917. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7515

£590

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Fine Wilkinson Carruthers General Louis Botha Toby jug c.1917


An excellent example of the General Louis Botha Toby jug designed by Carruthers Gould and produced by Wilkinson in Staffordshire c.1917. This is the rarest jug in the set as only 150 were produced. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7507

£4950

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Excellent set of 12 WW11 Allied leaders Toby jugs by Wilkinsons - strictly limited to 100 sets


Designed to complement the highly regarded set of WW1 Toby jugs by Wilkinson's, these twelve allied leaders Toby jugs are available either as a set (£3000 - two foc) or singly at £300 each Please see the article in the "Discussions and news" section (press "About Us" above) for more information and my apologies for the "stable" background in the pictures!


SN: WW11/7

£300

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Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery Toby jug - number 20 of 100


Number 20 of a limited edition of 100 depicting Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery from the set of 12 Toby jugs of the WW11 military and political leaders. I rarely sell new Toby jugs but I make an exception for this set as it complements the c. 1917 Wilkinson's Carruthers Gould WW1 set so well. Further details of these Toby jugs can be found in the Discussions and News section above.


SN: 1/6680

£300

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Wilkinson's, Carruthers Gould Field Marshal Douglas Haig Toby jug c.1917


A fine example of the Field Marshall Douglas Haig Toby jug designed by Carruthers Gould and produced by Wilkinson c.1917. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7510

£750

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A fine pair of Compton Pottery Archer bookends Compton, Surrey c.1930


In excellent original condition and standing at 7" tall this is probably the best pair of Compton Pottery Archer bookends that I have seen - richly coloured and beautifully moulded. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report


SN: 1/7530

£460

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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware bell


A small slipware bell with pottery "striker" 3 3/4" tall - lovely chime and in excellent condition.


SN: 1/7346

£75

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Fine slipware "Red Lion" platter 1973 - Mary Wondrausch OBE


A finely decorated slipware platter or bowl (11 3/4" wide and 2 1/8" deep) bearing the inscription "Red Lion" the underside inscribed with "MW 25-10-73" - in excellent original condition


SN: 1/7341

£340

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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware cup for Hugo Wondrausch 1970


A well decorated one handled slipware cup standing 4 1/2" tall for Hugo Wondrausch and dated 1976. In fine original condition.


SN: 1/7349

£95

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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware candle holder c.1990


Standing at 5 1/8th" tall a lovely slipware candle holder decorated with birds - probably 1990's - in excellent original condition with Mary Wondrausch label to underside


SN: 1/7347 Reserved

£95

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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware cradle dated 1974


A charming slipware cradle dated 1974 in excellent original condition - Wharf Pottery label to underside. 6" long and 5" tall.


SN: 1/7345

£220

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the American Toby Jug Museum


I was fortunate enough to visit the American Toby Jug Museum last year which is located in Evanston, Illinois to the North of Chicago – set up by Steve Mullins who has collected Toby and character jug’s for over 60 years the museum houses over 8000 pieces – the largest museum of its type in the world. See additional information under “Discussions and News” – press “About Us” on top bar.


SN: ATJM

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King George V Toby jug Wilkinson, Carruthers Gould, Staffordshire c.1917


A good example of the King George V Toby jug designed by Carruthers Gould and produced by Wilkinson c.1917. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7047

£1350

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Nestegg Antiques specialises in 20th century pottery including Compton pottery, Wilkinson toby jugs, Brannan pottery and rare Royal Doulton pottery.